Announcements for Pentecost

Here are the announcements for Pentecost, the 19th of May:

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (26th May 2024).

FATIMA DAY – MAY 13th & 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE SHRINE
Fatima Day was a great success, due to all the rain, the Mass was celebrated in the Church. There was a little over 2000 people in attendance. The Main Celebrant was Bishop Brian Mascord. Thank you to the Bishop for celebrating an inspiring liturgy and giving a fantastic homily. The procession took place as usual. Thank you to all who participated and helped organised it was truly a great day. The next major event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Shrine will be Sunday 13th October.

MORNING TEA
Will be in the Tent after the 8am Mass this morning. All are welcome to come and partake.

WORKING BEE
Due to the 40th Anniversary of the Shrine, the May working bee will be cancelled. The next working bee will be on Saturday 15th June.

SOLEMNITY OF MARY, HELP OF CHRISTIANS
The Solemnity of Mary, Help of Christians will be celebrated on Friday 24th May. Solemn Mass will be celebrated at 11am. After the Mass there will be a rosary procession leaving and returning to the Shrine Church after which there will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI)
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be celebrated on Sunday 2nd June. Following the 8am and 9:30am Masses there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and silent Adoration. After the 11am Mass there will be a Eucharistic procession concluding with Solemn Benediction at the outdoor Altar of the Shrine Church. All are invited to come along and participate.

NOVENA TO ST ANTHONY OF PADUA
The Novena will be prayed during the 11am Mass from 4th-12th June. Novena slips are available on the side table for those wishing to add their intentions.

Announcements for the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord

Here are the announcements for the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, the 12th of May:

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (26th May 2024).

WORKING BEE
Due to the 40th Anniversary of the Shrine, the May working bee will be cancelled. The next working bee will be on Saturday 15th June.

VIGIL FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST
On Saturday 18th May at 6pm, the Solemn Vigil for the Solemnity of Pentecost will be celebrated in the Shrine Church. This is a beautiful tradition of the Church, also known as the mini Easter Vigil with a selection of readings and the Rite of Baptism, thus bringing to a solemn conclusion the season of Easter. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF MARY, HELP OF CHRISTIANS
The Solemnity of Mary, Help of Christians will be celebrated on Friday 24th May. Solemn Mass will be celebrated at 11am. After the Mass there will be a rosary procession leaving and returning to the Shrine Church after which there will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Benediction. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI)
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be celebrated on Sunday 2nd June. Following the 8am and 9:30am Masses there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and silent Adoration. After the 11am Mass there will be a Eucharistic procession concluding with Solemn Benediction at the outdoor Altar of the Shrine Church. All are invited to come along and participate.

WISHING ALL MUMS A VERY BLESSED AND
HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!

40th Anniversary of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy

Next Fatima Day, 13th May, is the celebration (actual date) commemorating the official blessing and opening of the Shrine. The usual Fatima Day schedule will be followed with a lunch time (1pm – 1:30pm) organ recital by Mr Michael Taylor. The Main Celebrant for the day will be the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of the Diocese of Wollongong. As the 13th May, falls on a Monday, we still expect a large crowd, a few thousand, so please bring your own chairs as the Mass will be celebrated outside (weather permitting). Food will also be available for purchase on the day.

Announcements for the 5th Sunday of Easter

Here are the announcements for the 5th Sunday of Easter, the 5th of May:

CONGRATULATIONS
On Friday 3rd May, Fr Peter Strohmayer, Parish Priest of Smithfield celebrated his 10th Anniversary of Ordination along with Fr Jeremy Santoso, assistant Priest at Merrylands and Fr Zachary Lewis, Subprior of Marian Valley who celebrated their 5th anniversary of Ordination.

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (26th May 2024).

WORKING BEE
Due to the 40th Anniversary of the Shrine, the May working bee will be cancelled. The next working bee will be on Saturday 15th June.

ANNUAL LEAVE
From Tuesday 23rd April, Fr Joseph Maria will be on annual leave. We wish him a very happy, restful and safe holiday.

VIGIL FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST
On Saturday 18th May at 6pm, the Solemn Vigil for the Solemnity of Pentecost will be celebrated in the Shrine Church. This is a beautiful tradition of the Church, also known as the mini Easter Vigil with a selection of readings and the Rite of Baptism, thus bringing to a solemn conclusion the season of Easter. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI)
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be celebrated on Sunday 2nd June. Following the 8am and 9:30am Masses there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and silent Adoration. After the 11am Mass there will be a Eucharistic procession concluding with Solemn Benediction at eh outdoor Altar of the Shrine Church. All are invited to come along and participate.

40th Anniversary of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy

Next Fatima Day, 13th May, is the celebration (actual date) commemorating the official blessing and opening of the Shrine. The usual Fatima Day schedule will be followed with a lunch time (1pm – 1:30pm) organ recital by Mr Michael Taylor. The Main Celebrant for the day will be the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of the Diocese of Wollongong. As the 13th May, falls on a Monday, we still expect a large crowd, a few thousand, so please bring your own chairs as the Mass will be celebrated outside (weather permitting). Food will also be available for purchase on the day.

Vigil & Funeral Details for Bishop Peter Ingham
The vigil and funeral details for Bishop Peter Ingham have been announced by Bishop Brian Mascord as follows (please note the important information below in relation to limited seating capacity, overflow seating, parking, and livestreaming):

SOLEMN RECEPTION of the body of Bishop Peter will take place at 6:30pm followed by Evening Prayer.
SOLEMN VIGIL LITURGY will follow at 7:30pm.
Summarised details are below:
Thursday, May 9, 2024
6:30 PM: Reception of the body of Bishop Peter
7:30 PM: Vigil Liturgy
St Francis Xavier Cathedral, 36 Harbour Street, Wollongong

SOLEMN PONTIFICAL MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL for Bishop Peter will be offered on Friday 10 May 2024, commencing at 10:30am. Interment will take place in the cathedral grounds at the conclusion of Mass.
Summarised details are below:
Friday, May 10, 2024
10:30 AM
St Francis Xavier Cathedral, Wollongong

Relatives, friends, and the people of God are invited to attend the vigil and funeral. Due to the large number of invited bishops, clergy, relatives, dignitaries and close friends attending the funeral, there will be very limited seating inside the cathedral.
Therefore, a large marquee containing overflow seating with television screens will be erected in the carpark adjacent to the cathedral. Bishop Peter’s casket will process past the marquee at the conclusion of the funeral Mass.
Please note, there will be street parking only.

The funeral will also be livestreamed at https://dow.sh/livestream.

Announcements for the Fifth Sunday of Easter

Here are the announcements for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, the 28th of April:

CONGRATULATIONS
Today Fr Richard, Prior & Rector celebrates his 12th Anniversary of Ordination to the Priesthood. Fr Richard was ordained at the Shrine by the later Bishop Peter Ingham. Please pray for vocations to the Pauline Order.

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (26th May 2024).

WORKING BEE
Due to the 40th Anniversary of the Shrine, the May working bee will be cancelled. The next working bee will be on Saturday 15th June.

ANNUAL LEAVE
From Tuesday 23rd April, Fr Joseph Maria will be on annual leave. We wish him a very happy, restful and safe holiday.

VIGIL FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST
On Saturday 18th May at 6pm, the Solemn Vigil for the Solemnity of Pentecost will be celebrated in the Shrine Church. This is a beautiful tradition of the Church, also known as the mini Easter Vigil with a selection of readings and the Rite of Baptism, thus bringing to a solemn conclusion the season of Easter. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI)
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be celebrated on Sunday 2nd June. Following the 8am and 9:30am Masses there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and silent Adoration. After the 11am Mass there will be a Eucharistic procession concluding with Solemn Benediction at eh outdoor Altar of the Shrine Church. All are invited to come along and participate.

40th Anniversary of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy

Next Fatima Day, 13th May, is the celebration (actual date) commemorating the official blessing and opening of the Shrine. The usual Fatima Day schedule will be followed with a lunch time (1pm – 1:30pm) organ recital by Mr Michael Taylor. The Main Celebrant for the day will be the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of the Diocese of Wollongong. As the 13th May, falls on a Monday, we still expect a large crowd, a few thousand, so please bring your own chairs as the Mass will be celebrated outside (weather permitting). Food will also be available for purchase on the day.

Announcements for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

Here are the announcements for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, the 21st of April:

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (26th May 2024).

WORKING BEE
Thank you to everyone who turned up to help with the monthly working bee, a good amount was achieved with plenty more to go. Due to the 40th Anniversary of the Shrine, the May working bee will be cancelled. The next working bee will be on Saturday 15th June.

ANNUAL LEAVE
From Tuesday 23rd April, Fr Joseph Maria will be on annual leave. We wish him a very happy, restful and safe holiday.

VIGIL FOR THE SOLEMNITY OF PENTECOST
On Saturday 18th May at 6pm, the Solemn Vigil for the Solemnity of Pentecost will be celebrated in the Shrine Church. This is a beautiful tradition of the Church, also known as the mini Easter Vigil with a selection of readings and the Rite of Baptism, thus bringing to a solemn conclusion the season of Easter. All are invited to come along and participate.

SOLEMNITY OF THE BODY AND BLOOD OF CHRIST (CORPUS CHRISTI)
The Solemnity of Corpus Christi will be celebrated on Sunday 2nd June. Following the 8am and 9:30am Masses there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and silent Adoration. After the 11am Mass there will be a Eucharistic procession concluding with Solemn Benediction at eh outdoor Altar of the Shrine Church. All are invited to come along and participate.

40th Anniversary of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy

Next Fatima Day, 13th May, is the celebration (actual date) commemorating the official blessing and opening of the Shrine. The usual Fatima Day schedule will be followed with a lunch time (1pm – 1:30pm) organ recital by Mr Michael Taylor. The Main Celebrant for the day will be the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of the Diocese of Wollongong. As the 13th May, falls on a Monday, we still expect a large crowd, a few thousand, so please bring your own chairs as the Mass will be celebrated outside (weather permitting). Food will also be available for purchase on the day.

Announcements for the Third Sunday of Easter

Here are the announcements for the Third Sunday of Easter, the 14th of April:

FATIMA DAY
A very big Thank you to Fr Jacek for accepting the invitation to be the main celebrant and homilist at the April Fatima Day celebration. It was a thoroughly enjoyable and spiritually uplifting day.

DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY
The day was a great success and Thank you to all who participated and came for the Holy Hour.

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (15th June 2024).

NEW TOILET BLOCK
It is with great joy that after many, many years, much work and money spent that the new toilet block is officially opened. The occupation certificate was granted on Holy Wednesday and was opened in time for the 8000 plus people on Good Friday. A very heartfelt THANK YOU goes to Michael Brearley for his immense time and effort is getting this across the line. He and I have been working hard for the past eight months with our builder to finish all required construction etc for the block as well as to get all the necessary paperwork in order for approval. There is still quite a bit of work to do now, landscaping and accessibility etc but the toilet block is now open and in operation. A sigh of relief all round! Thank you to all our pilgrims for your donations, prayers, support and patience while this project was undertaken, it has taken a long time, but the goal is achieved. God bless you all!
Fr Richard

40th Anniversary of the Shrine of Our Lady of Mercy

Next Fatima Day, 13th May, is the celebration (actual date) commemorating the official blessing and opening of the Shrine. The usual Fatima Day schedule will be followed with a lunch time (1pm – 1:30pm) organ recital by Mr Michael Taylor. The Main Celebrant for the day will be the Most Reverend Brian Mascord, Bishop of the Diocese of Wollongong. As the 13th May, falls on a Monday, we still expect a large crowd, a few thousand, so please bring your own chairs as the Mass will be celebrated outside (weather permitting). Food will also be available for purchase on the day.

Announcements for Divine Mercy Sunday

Here are the announcements for Divine Mercy Sunday, the 7th of April:

FR RICHARD AND THE COMMUNITY OF PENROSE PARK WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL OUR PILGRIMS, VOLUNTEERS AND BENEFACTORS A VERY HAPPY AND BLESSED EASTER!!!
MAY THE RISEN LORD SHOWER YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF BLESSINGS!

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (15th June 2024).

DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY (7th April)
Sunday Mass schedule as per normal, Solemn Mass at 11am. There will be a Holy Hour from 2pm-3pm in the Shrine Church, Schedule is:

  • 2pm – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Spiritual talk
  • 2:20pm – Silent Adoration
  • 2:40pm – Chaplet, Litany and Prayer of Divine Mercy
  • 3pm – Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament & Conclusion

After the conclusion there will be the blessing of religious articles and devotional items purchased from the religious shop or brought along for the occasion.

PASSION PLAY
A very heartfelt THANK YOU to all cast and crew who participated in the annual Passion play. Good Friday was a great success drawing over 8000 pilgrims to the Shrine. This will only get bigger and better in the years to come. God bless you all.

EASTER TRIDUUM
The Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday & Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil) was a sterling success. THANK YOU to all who participated and helped make this a very spiritually uplifting experience. It was a great example of the splendour of the liturgy in our Catholic faith.

NEW TOILET BLOCK
It is with great joy that after many, many years, much work and money spent that the new toilet block is officially opened. The occupation certificate was granted on Holy Wednesday and was opened in time for the 8000 plus people on Good Friday. A very heartfelt THANK YOU goes to Michael Brearley for his immense time and effort is getting this across the line. He and I have been working hard for the past eight months with our builder to finish all required construction etc for the block as well as to get all the necessary paperwork in order for approval. There is still quite a bit of work to do now, landscaping and accessibility etc but the toilet block is now open and in operation. A sigh of relief all round! Thank you to all our pilgrims for your donations, prayers, support and patience while this project was undertaken, it has taken a long time, but the goal is achieved. God bless you all!
Fr Richard

Announcements for Easter Sunday

Here are the announcements for Easter Sunday, the 31st of March:

FR RICHARD AND THE COMMUNITY OF PENROSE PARK WOULD LIKE TO WISH ALL OUR PILGRIMS, VOLUNTEERS AND BENEFACTORS A VERY HAPPY AND BLESSED EASTER!!!
MAY THE RISEN LORD SHOWER YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF BLESSINGS!

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go to Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (15th June 2024).

DIVINE MERCY NOVENA
The Novena began on Good Friday and culminates in the Solemnity of Divine Mercy, celebrated on the Second Sunday of Easter. If you would like your intentions added please fill out the novena slip on the side table in the Church and return to one of the members of the community.

DIVINE MERCY SUNDAY (7th April)
Sunday Mass schedule as per normal, Solemn Mass at 11am. There will be a Holy Hour from 2pm-3pm in the Shrine Church, Schedule is:
2pm – Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament & Spiritual talk
2:20pm – Silent Adoration
2:40pm – Chaplet, Litany and Prayer of Divine Mercy
3pm – Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament & Conclusion
After the conclusion there will be the blessing of religious articles and devotionals purchased from the religious shop or brought along for the occasion.

PASSION PLAY
A very heartfelt THANK YOU to all cast and crew who participated in the annual Passion play. Good Friday was a great success drawing over 8000 pilgrims to the Shrine. This will only get bigger and better in the years to come. God bless you all.

EASTER TRIDUUM
The Easter Triduum (Holy Thursday, Good Friday & Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil) was a sterling success. Thank you to all who participated and helped make this a very spiritually uplifting experience. It was a great example of the splendour of the liturgy in our Catholic faith.

NEW TOILET BLOCK
It is with great joy that after many, many years, much work and money spent that the new toilet block is officially opened. The occupation certificate was granted on Holy Wednesday and was opened in time for the 8000 plus people on Good Friday. A very heartfelt THANK YOU goes to Michael Brearley for his immense time and effort is getting this across the line. He and I have been working hard for the past eight months with our builder to finish all required construction etc for the block as well as to get all the necessary paperwork in order for approval. There is still quite a bit of work to do now in landscaping and accessibility but the toilet block is now open and in operation. A sigh of relief all round! Thank you to all our pilgrims for your donations, prayers, support and patience while this project was undertaken, it has taken a long time, but the goal is achieved. God bless you all!
Fr Richard

Announcements for Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord

Here are the announcements for Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord, the 24th of March:

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go the Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (15th June 2024).

CONFESSIONS BEFORE EASTER
Today, Palm Sunday (24th March) Confession will be available 30 minutes before and during the usual scheduled Masses. This is to give all pilgrims a chance to go to reconciliation before Easter.

ANNUAL CHRISM MASS
Each year the Priests of the Diocese gather with Bishop Brian to celebrate the Chrism Mass. During the Mass the Priests renew their Ordination promises and the oils of the Church are blessed and consecrated. The annual Chrism Mass will be celebrated at 7pm on Tuesday 26th March 2024 at St Francis Xavier’s Cathedral, Wollongong. Please pray for the Priests of our Diocese.

PASSION PLAY
The annual reenactment of the Lord’s Passion (Passion Play) will take place in the Shrine, commencing at 11am on Good Friday 29th March. Please note, this is free and open to all, no bookings need to be made. Food & drink will also be available for purchase. Good Friday is also a day of Fasting and abstinence, Pilgrims are allowed to picnic on site but we ask that NO meat is consumed or BBQed on the day. There are still some roles that need to be filled, for more information and to receive updates regarding rehearsals etc please go to: https://goodfridaypassionplay.blogspot.com/ and sign up to receive notifications.

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Palm Sunday (24th March)
8am & 9:30am – Mass commencing from the front door of the Monastery
11am – Solemn Mass with Procession commencing from the Statue of St John Paul II

11am – Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday & Wednesday (25th, 26th & 27th March)

Holy Thursday (28th March)
No Mass at 11am
6pm – Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper (with washing of the feet)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – until midnight

Good Friday (29th March)
11am – Passion Play (commencing at the front gate of the property)
3pm – Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion
5pm – Novena to Divine Mercy
7pm – Vespers (Prayer of the Church)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – 8am until 10pm

Holy Saturday (30th March)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – 8am to Midday
8:30am – Lauds (Prayer of the Church)
11:30am – Novena to the Divine Mercy
7pm – Solemn Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday (31st March)
8am & 9:30am
11am – Solemn Mass of Easter Sunday
Divine Mercy Novena – immediately following each of the Masses

Easter Octave (1st-6th April)
11am Mass followed by the Novena to the Divine Mercy.

Divine Mercy Sunday (7th April)
8am & 9:30am
11am – Solemn Mass of Divine Mercy Sunday
2pm – Divine Mercy Holy Hour (Confession available)

Announcements for the Fifth Sunday of Lent

Here are the announcements for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, the 17th of March:

SOLEMNITY OF ST PATRICK & ST JOSEPH
The Solemnity of St Patrick (Patron of Australia) is liturgically celebrated this year on Monday 18th March and the Solemnity of St Joseph is celebrated as per usual on Tuesday 19th March. There will be a Solemn Mass celebrated on each of these days at 11am. Please come along and participate and let us pray for our country and for our Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church.

CONGRATULATIONS
This past week Fr Richard has been been elected and appointed as the representative for Religious on the Council of Priests for the Diocese of Wollongong. Please keep him in your prayers as he begins this new appointment.

PASCHAL PRECEPT
A reminder that all Catholics are obliged to go the Confession and Communion at least once a year between Ash Wednesday and Trinity Sunday (15th June 2024).

CONFESSIONS BEFORE EASTER
Next Sunday, Palm Sunday (24th March) Confession will be available 30 minutes before and during the usual scheduled Masses. This is to give all pilgrims a chance to go to reconciliation before Easter.

THE LENTEN SEASON
The stations of the cross will be prayed each Friday & Saturday after the 11am Mass during which confession will also be available.

PASSION PLAY
The annual reenactment of the Lord’s Passion (Passion Play) will take place in the Shrine, commencing at 11am on Good Friday 29th March. Please note, this is free and open to all, no bookings need to be made. Food & drink will also be available for purchase. Good Friday is also a day of Fasting and abstinence, Pilgrims are allowed to picnic on site but we ask that NO meat is consumed or BBQed on the day. There are still some roles that need to be filled, for more information and to receive updates regarding rehearsals etc please go to: https://goodfridaypassionplay.blogspot.com/ and sign up to receive notifications.

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Palm Sunday (24th March)
8am & 9:30am – Mass commencing from the front door of the Monastery
11am – Solemn Mass with Procession commencing from the Statue of St John Paul II

11am – Holy Monday, Holy Tuesday & Wednesday (25th, 26th & 27th March)

Holy Thursday (28th March)
No Mass at 11am
6pm – Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper (with washing of the feet)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – until midnight

Good Friday (29th March)
11am – Passion Play (commencing at the front gate of the property)
3pm – Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion
5pm – Novena to Divine Mercy
7pm – Vespers (Prayer of the Church)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – 8am until 10pm

Holy Saturday (30th March)
Adoration at the Altar of Repose – 8am to Midday
8:30am – Lauds (Prayer of the Church)
11:30am – Novena to the Divine Mercy
7pm – Solemn Easter Vigil Mass

Easter Sunday (31st March)
8am & 9:30am
11am – Solemn Mass of Easter Sunday
Divine Mercy Novena – immediately following each of the Masses

Easter Octave (1st-6th April)
11am Mass followed by the Novena to the Divine Mercy.

Divine Mercy Sunday (7th April)
8am & 9:30am
11am – Solemn Mass of Divine Mercy Sunday
2pm – Divine Mercy Holy Hour (Confession available)